I find it refreshing to hear 2 characters communicating with each other instead of presumed assumptions and 3rd parties involvement. As our protagonists sit down and answer questions so as to learn or shall I write, remember what drew them to each other initially, they came to realize that they knew quite a lot of each other; They hate to lose and enjoy reading the news on Twitter.
I was sympathetic towards Chase’s internal struggle to trust Judith after her never ending lies, but Judith was irritating with her consistent disregard of the severity of her actions: She blurts: it doesn’t matter whenever she is questioned about her reasons.
As the 2nd installment ended, it didn’t fade away from the great path laid by Part 1. Excellent!